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looking for doc of LMS3 Config-compliance Checks syntax

Hello,

Is there any reference documentation for Config-compliance checks via baseline templates how to use special syntax and chars beside perl Regexp, e.g.:

[#...#], other chars?

How to write and use parameter files.

examples and so on,

thx, Steffen

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Cisco Employee

Re: looking for doc of LMS3 Config-compliance Checks syntax

There is a baseline compliance white paper available at http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/cscowork/ps2425/prod_white_papers_list.html . Beyond that, and the context sensitive online help, there are no references on writing templates of which I am aware.

New Member

Re: looking for doc of LMS3 Config-compliance Checks syntax

this was quick, thx a lot, yes its the documentation we need beside a lot of other good whitepapers at this site. One question left not found in doc:

Does the baseline engine searches "case sensitive" or insensitive?

Cisco Employee

Re: looking for doc of LMS3 Config-compliance Checks syntax

Case sensitive.

New Member

Re: looking for doc of LMS3 Config-compliance Checks syntax

Is there a possibility (Regkey, config file etc.) to can change to case insensitive?

Cisco Employee

Re: looking for doc of LMS3 Config-compliance Checks syntax

You can use (?i) in your regular expression. For example:

[#(?i)[a-z]#]

Will match any character a-z and A-Z.

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